Happy March, month of luck, leprechauns, and four leaf clovers! We love the idea of charms and talismans to keep optimism high, and we’re even open to the idea that they just might work! But, when it comes to the health and efficiency of your HVAC systems, and your Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), “luck” just isn’t gonna cut it. Regular maintenance and tune-ups ensure your HVAC unit will perform as it’s designed to, when you need it most. As Spring (and Summer) approach, now is a great time to see that luck is on your side by calling or clicking Climate Care at 203-354-2020 www.climatecarect.com. In the meantime, take a look at these good luck symbols and practices to lift the energy in your home and celebrate the season!
Plants are thought by many cultures to bring luck and prosperity into the home. Maybe it’s their green color, coupled with their natural ability to clean the air (natural IAQ enhancers), or the metaphor of something being nurtured to grow, but adding a plant or two to your space will help put you into the mindset of prosperity, and mindset is everything! Try a Jade, Palm, Orchid, or Rubber Tree (all thought to bring wealth and prosperity). The list of plants with this reputation is long, and a simple search will yield many results! When you’re ready to buy, consider a local business, of course, or check out Crazy Plant Bae, which will mail you any of an array of fabulous green houseplants, and even features a plant subscription. If you’re worried you don’t have a green enough thumb, they have a friendly and informative blog, or check out the App, Plantin, which allows you to take pictures of an ailing plant’s leaves and suggests ways to nurse it back to health!
Here’s a review of 5 different plant apps which provide similar services.
Vibrant Front Door Vibes
An easy way to spruce up for Spring, and invite some good luck at the same time is to consider painting your front door! According to the principles of Feng Shui red is the most auspicious color and promotes protection and positive energy. Red’s connection to the element of fire brings passion, and inspiration. Painting your door black is thought to attract and bring in positive energy, build friendships, and is connected to the water element, representing depth and wisdom. A brown door connects your home to the earth element and is thought to be balancing and nurturing. Yellow is bright and sunny, also connected to the earth element, and represents stability and grounding. Green is connected to the wood element and brings new opportunities and growth. White, connected to the metal element, represents cleanliness and purity and is said to help communication and joy. And, blue, representing the wood element, enhances knowledge and cultivation of the self, and can be helpful in supporting new skills, or deepening existing ones.
If you want to refresh your space to bring in more prosperity, try adding a few drops of lemon, peppermint, or rosemary oils to a water spritz bottle. All are known to purify and energize. The scent of grapefruit oil is thought to improve health. St. Christopher and St. Patrick are both associated with orange oil, which is also thought to bring luck and good energy to travel. Lemongrass is good for wealth, and ylang ylang boosts romance. Inhale deeply!
We at Climate Care feel charmed to serve homeowner’s in Norwalk CT, and the surrounding areas. Happy St. Patrick’s Day and may the road rise to meet ya!
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